Post # 1
Topic of the day. I have two daughters, one is turning four in July and the other just turned one a short while ago. I also have two nieces. Needless to say Disney is an integral part of my life. My daughter has every princess costume ever made and wears them constantly. To school, to the store, to the park…you get the idea. Anywho, my thought is I’ve already got flower girl dresses up the wazoo why would I by another one?! All of my little princesses are going to get to choose which princess they want to be for the wedding:) I’m sure ill get a lot of flack for this but idc. I want them to feel special too so if they want to be princesses I say let them!
Post # 3
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
If it fits your vision, why not?
Post # 4
Dd thought she was a princess bc she wore a tiara & a gorgeous white puffy dress. She’s 4 not a chance she’d wear any of her princess dresses in a wedding bc its “dress up clothes not party clothes” (her words lol). It’s your wedding you can definitely let them wear what they want.
Post # 5
my 6 year old and my step grand daughter age 3 will be wearing silver tutus with wings and sparkles…they are amazing dresses and way prettier than the usual disney type dresses…hand made from Tutu Envy on Etsy….she did a totally amazing job and when they arrived I actually teared up:) I say go for it!!
Post # 6
@lifegirl: that sounds wonderful! Ill have to check them out:) my daughter loves fairies!
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2013 - Creek club at ion, SC
fair enough. Mine is having a replica of one from the old Alfred Angelo Disney range – It Jasmine, I believe
Post # 8
@Candlestick: Haha, I think its an adorable idea! That first dress is so pretty.
Post # 10
@Candlestick: OMG that is so adorable! They must be so happy to be in your wedding.
Post # 11
@Candlestick: just posted a pic to you…If you order from her tell her it is for your wedding as she will buy better quality materials…she was great to work with!
Post # 13
I think that’s a good idea! I’d rather have a happy child in a princess outfit than a cranky and upset child in something that I picked because it coordinates better. And anyway, they’re little. They’ll get the aww, so cute response no matter what they wear.